#BLACKOnBlackFriday: Where To Shop Black This Holiday Season


So, you’re looking to #BuyBlack✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 this holiday season? Well, look no further because we’ve got you covered! We’ve scoped out some unique black-owned brands with sales that you’ll never believe, peep our list below. . .


  1. Our first  pick comes straight out of Detroit, MI! A faith-based ✝️ brand, Crafty L’Chic, is owned and operated by the lovely Tamara Reneé who designs each of her garments with YOU in mind. D370BE9A-8C19-4474-BF0E-B77F9E25E25ACrafty L’Chic was started with the idea that, I believe, everyone is creative and I wanted to give people a chance to explore their creativity in fashion,” says Reneé. Currently, the site offers  sweatshirts (all customizable – larger fitting sizes) with contrasting sleeves and 3 main styling options: Sweatshirt Color, Sleeve fabric and Alteration Option. “As of right now there is no storefront but I’m trusting God and the possibilities are endless” Tamara added. A major perk from shopping with Crafty L’Chic is that with every item purchased, a 10% donation will be given to charity. Visit craftylechic.com on 11/23/18 to receive 25% off your purchase by using promo code: BlackFriday25 for orders $90 and up (all subscribers get an additional savings when you sign up through her site 😉) !


2. Shopping for a beauty lover? 5EFE27B5-2393-49E1-95D2-42471818B655Try Orlando-based Kait’s Faces Beauty & Cosmetics, a line of all hand-made products, founded by 22-year-old  licensed cosmetologist, Kaitlin F. Her brand has officially launched this month with a slew of lip glosses, lipsticks, eye shadow palettes, eyelashes, body scrubs and more! KFBC won’t be doing any Black Friday deals, HOWEVER, you can catch 30% off ALL of your purchases on Cyber Monday 11/26/18 by checking out the site @ www.kaitsfaces.com and entering the promo code: CYBER30.


3.  Need a bomb shoe for yourself or your honey ? D22E27B3-9CDC-4164-91E3-3E56A5E837A2Check out 2:22 Shoetique for all of your needs, ”2:22 Shoetique prides ourselves in delivering great quality shoes and accessories. We search for styles that could catch the attention of everyone. It is our job to ensure we deliver a diverse product that can complete any look you are shopping for” says owner/operator Jasmine Kelley. You can catch the sale this Friday on their site @ www.222shoetique.com everything is 30% PLUS  free shipping!

Fun Fact: 222 was NOT a play on Jay-Z’s 4:44 (😜) the numbers actually symbolize “your thoughts could be manifested” which stemmed the creation of the business. Check Out 2:22 on social media  for the latest in styles. 

4. ImageFill your stockings AND your mugs with the best of the best, our last pick hails from Oceanside, NY and all who tastes and sees knows that it’s good. . . BYGOOD that is 😉. ByGood Coffee is owned and operated by Darrel and Abbey Garner who are both experts in their field, “What differs us from any coffee house is that we are a specialty cafe that focuses on espresso made drinks, cold brews, loose-leaf teas, and our house made Chai [called] ‘Heaven In A Cup’,” says Darrell. According to their site, ByGood coffee is a third wave specialty café that focuses on roasting the highest quality of coffee through a micro-roasting process . If you’re not local to the Nassau County area, don’t fret, you can brew a batch from home by visiting www.bygoodcoffee.com and receiving 15% off of your purchase.

That is ALL we have for you today, loves, thank you for rocking with us. You can find all of these businesses, PLUS more, on our social media pages by visiting us @Ambitiousoulife (on all platforms)  don’t forget to subscribe 😉.   #GodBless



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